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What Is a Greater National Security Threat to the US: North Korea or Iran?
March 19, 2020

What Is a Greater National Security Threat to the US: North Korea or Iran?

By Timothy S. Rich and Madelynn Einhorn
The answer depends on who you ask – Democrats or Republicans.

Did Trump’s India Visit Keep the US-India Relationship on Track?
February 27, 2020

Did Trump’s India Visit Keep the US-India Relationship on Track?

By Ankit Panda
Trump is the fourth consecutive U.S. president to visit India. Does his visit mark a turning point in the relationship or continuity?
Trump’s ‘Namaste Trump’ Speech in India: First Takeaways
February 25, 2020

Trump’s ‘Namaste Trump’ Speech in India: First Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. president stayed positive and on message, keeping the U.S.-India relationship on track.

Who Cares if the US Is in a ‘New Cold War’ With China?
February 24, 2020

Who Cares if the US Is in a ‘New Cold War’ With China?

By Jacob Stokes
It’s time to focus on the tradeoffs that will come to define this important bilateral relationship.

The US Is Losing the 5G Fight, But Hampering China Is Not the Solution
February 18, 2020

The US Is Losing the 5G Fight, But Hampering China Is Not the Solution

By Enea Gjoza
If the United States wants to compete, it should focus on domestic revitalization.

White House Confirms Trump’s First Trip to India
February 12, 2020

White House Confirms Trump’s First Trip to India

By Ankit Panda
The visit will be Trump's first to India as president.

Can the US Strengthen Its Economic Arsenal in Asia?
January 14, 2020

Can the US Strengthen Its Economic Arsenal in Asia?

By Robert Farley
Revisiting the “lethality” of sanctions -- and figuring out an endgame.
Asia Reassurance Initiative Act: Framework for a US Indo-Pacific Strategy?
January 07, 2020

Asia Reassurance Initiative Act: Framework for a US Indo-Pacific Strategy?

By Carl Thayer
ARIA provides a comprehensive framework for U.S. policy and strategy in the Indo- Pacific region.

Trouble in the Middle East Prompts Pompeo to Postpone Eastern Europe, Central Asia Trip
January 02, 2020

Trouble in the Middle East Prompts Pompeo to Postpone Eastern Europe, Central Asia Trip

By Catherine Putz
Once again, U.S. foreign policy engagements elsewhere in the world are truncated because of trouble in the Middle East.

Wang Peng on China-US Relations in the Xi and Trump Eras
December 10, 2019

Wang Peng on China-US Relations in the Xi and Trump Eras

By Shannon Tiezzi and Juan Zhang
“China-U.S. relations can’t go back to the past”.

America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising
November 30, 2019

America’s New Hong Kong Human Rights Act May Be Provocative, But It’s Not Surprising

By Joe Renouard
The law fits squarely within both the hawkish turn in China policy specifically and the tradition of U.S. human rights policymaking generally.
How Not to Win Friends and Influence the Indo-Pacific
November 06, 2019

How Not to Win Friends and Influence the Indo-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
Saying the Indo-Pacific matters is one thing; showing the Indo-Pacific it matters is another.

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